Hostal Los Andenes

Calle Ventiderio s/n, Ollantaytambo, Sacred Valley, 28080, Peru | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Ollantaytambo

Tiellä pilvikaupunkiin

A travel blog entry by matkaajamaks

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No niin, se jokaisen Perun kävijän pakollinen visiitti Machu Picchun "kadonneeseen kaupunkiin" on suoritettu, eikä ihan täysin ilman vastoinkäymisiä ja ärsyttävyyksiä, mutta pääosin hyvissä fiiliksissä silti.

Ikään kuin esilämmittelynä "vanhalle huipulle" aloitin reissuni Ollantaytambon kaupungista, joka on myöskin tunnettu inka- …

The big walk

A travel blog entry by mel_chris

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10

... help with altitude sickness but taste disgusting. We finally made it to the summit, called Dead Woman's Pass, at 4215m. We stopped for a few photos, but it was freezing and raining pretty hard so we got going fairly promptly. Downhill was almost as hard as uphill, especially on already tired legs. The path was made up of massive wet uneven slippery rocks which made for interesting going. The rain stopped about halfway down and we made it to camp roughly the same ...

INCAse you forget

A travel blog entry by emezzy

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21.1.2014

INCAse you were wondering...the landslide, we survived. All previously set inca trek records, we broke. The marriage proposal, she said yes. Donkey races on top of the most secrete site within South America? We did that too. All within 4 days.


Replacing western toilets for squat toilets.
Completing the Inca Trek us bid farewell to the western toilet and hola squats. Don't get me wrong. I don't mind the squat. In fact, I feel that I am ...

Lima, Cusco & Machu Picchu

A travel blog entry by karangi

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... World Heritage Site in 1983.

It is still unknown exactly what the site was in terms of its place in Inca life. It is believed that it was a country resort for elite Incas and at any given time there were no more than 750 people living there.

The Incas started building around 1430AD, but abandoned it a hundred years later at the time of the Spanish conquest, although the Spanish never found the site.
(Source - Wikipedia)





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Day 22: Inca Trail - Day 1

A travel blog entry by gregchinery

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... did these really test out my poor knees, but I fear the porters, whose knees must be very sore all of the time, wouldn't find theses places the source of great joy and contemplation they should be. Toilets should be thrones where one can find solace and comfort from the travails of the day yet to be. But not these ones. Most of the time I was gagging, trying not to balance over, and trying to do the business as fast as I could. To make matters worse, a ...

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This hotel, located on Calle Ventiderio s/n, Ollantaytambo, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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